Fourth of July Heads to Shriners for First Time on Thursday

There will be food, music and a carnival special on Thursday.

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Wilmington kicked off the Fourth of July on Wednesday, but the celebration is far from over.

On Thursday night, the festivities continue, but for the first time there will be a new venue.

Thursday's events get started with a dinner hosted by Sons of Italy. Guests can chow down on individual chicken pot pies, corn on the cob, salad, roll and butter, and drinks for a cost of $8.

From 6-9:30 p.m. music will be provided by The Haverty Brothers Band, a performance sponsored by Salem Five Bank.

In addition, the carnival will be open for the first time on Thursday, running from 6-11 p.m.

Patrons at the carnival will find a special deal on Thursday night. With a coupon, residents can get unlimited rides for $20. Without the coupon, unlimited rides will cost $25.

For a complete look at the week's Fourth of July activities, visit the Fun on the Fourth website


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